Creative Teaching & Learning

Would the real Vygotskii please stand up

For more than a couple of decades the name of Vygotskii has held the sort of totemic power in Anglo-American psychology and education once reserved for Piaget. Here, Andrew Sutton introduces the ‘revolutionary scientist’ whose work and intentions have not always been best served by those who invoke his name.

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